2013-2014 Season Preview: Class B Team Rankings

4 Dec

12471050-standardClass B not only has some of the most talented players in the state, but also the best teams regardless of class in Michigan.  The defending champions, Detroit Country Day, lost four starters from last years team, but have Xavier commit Edmond Sumner to lean on this season.  The pre-season number ranked team in the state, Milan, have a pair of class of 2015 members that are ready to leave their mark on the state.  Point guard Latin Davis and forward Nick Perkins, after both had big summers in terms of recruiting, will lead the Big Reds this season with hopes of making a trip to the Breslin Center.  A team out of Detroit that was impressive last year and returns the main nucleus of its players is Douglass.  The Hurricanes have lost big man and Robert Morris bound Andre Fredrick to prep school, but have a trio of senior guards Darrell Davis, Terrell Hales, and Davi Bradley ready to lead what could be a Class B championship season.  Another team to lookout for this year from the PSL is Henry Ford.  Last year, the Trojans were a young, inexperienced team that struggled throughout most of the season.  But this year’s team is different.  Ford is led by division one bound junior guard Josh Davis, with sophomores James Towns and Antwan Carter.  Class B will not be ran away with this year, it will take toughness and determination to win come playoff time.

Pre-season Class B Rankings:

1. Milan

2. Detroit Frederick Douglass Academy

3. Detroit Country Day

4. Jackson Lumen Christi

5. Flint Southwestern

6. Detroit Henry Ford

7. Cadillac

8. Ostego

9. Wyoming Godwin Heights

10. Zeeland West

11. Corunna

12.  Harper Woods Chandler Park Academy

13. Lansing Sexton

14. Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard

15. Detroit Community

16. Flint Powers Catholic

17. Hudsonville Unity Christian

18. River Rouge

19. Comstock Park

20. Arbor Prep

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